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JOHN H. OBEULY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1872
THE PRESIDENT AIM'OINTS
FAIRMAN POSTMASTER Or
THAT CAMPAIGN CKY 01
"POMEROY AND AMI-POMEROY."
DIMINISHING THE FORCE OP IN
GRANT AND HIS MESSAGE.
tho proflU iind Tupp&n & Clark tho other
half, and Tappan to do nil the busincst,
and wo have nothing to do only to take
our iharo uf tlio profit at each payment.
Now, if you will ux it up at Mat end 01
the line, 1 wilt leo that the writing ere
a.l executed rleht at thi or.d, and we will
bo all right. Name tho man to repretont
you with Mr. Gavlord, who repretent
rne. You will iuo from this letter what
kind of a recommendation to jrjvo Mr.
Tappan, but don't fall to send It to me, aa
thoy must come to tormi before tliov get
tho llcento. Tappan ii ft grand fellow.
It Ii all right. Let me hear from you at
once. Your truly,
S. C. Pomkuov.
V. S. I find upon reflection that you
mutt tend these paper through Col.
Branch at St. Joe, so I will make
the contract for royelf and you at once,
and you return the application and re
commendation to Dale throui;h Col.
Branch. Youn truly,
8. C. P.
Tho forogolng dlipatchot concerning
Porneroy' letter aro tigned by Hutching.
"Vaiunoton, Nov. i!0. Our mlnliter
to Mexico, Nelson, bad an Interview with
President Grant Ibli evening, rolatlvo to
the condition of affairs in that country.
He tpcaks in terms of praise of tho now
president of that ropubllc, and partial,
larly of IiU intelligence and desire to pre
term and itrengthon the friendship now
existing between that country and tho
United States. There ieem to be no ob
stacle in the way of concluding the now
contention extending the time for dtspos
Ingol remaining claim before tho United
State and Mexican mixed commission,
which by limitation will expire under the
proient convention in February next.
It Ii itated that the Mexican prcildent is
anxious for such extension, and will ap
point an agent in good faith to carry out
the design of the cnmmiiilon in place of
Guazuian, by whoia action the proceeding
wero somu week interrupted. Prelimin
ary step have already been taken for the
Moxtuomert, Nov. 20. Gov. Lindtay
to-day Informed the legislative body, now
Itting at the capltol, that he would end
in a meuage to-morrow. In reply to the
committee of the branch ahting in the U.
S. court room, he detailed in writing the
legal organization of the legiilaturo at
the capltol, the lawful and uiual place of
meeting, which lupreme inturmountablo
necessity can only change, and that bo
wjs ignorant of the existence of uch ne
cessity, and "thercforo declined to recog
nize tho body assembled in tho court room,
could have no official communication.
COMMITTEE O.V APPR0rI ATIOSS.
AVaiiunotox, Nov. 20. Tho commit
tee on appropriation at their meeting to
day, took up the Indian appropriation
bill and nearly completed their action on
Tnr.v.-nso thkm out.
Washington, Nov. 'JO. The commis
tioner of internal revenue to-day issued a
circular to assessor, directing ibflm to re
duce assistant asset sors to the lowest nun;
bur poniblu by the first of January next.
By thii order the service of nt least three
hundred assistant will be dispensed with,
and a saving of nearly $200 per day
1'IfJ IRON- KELLY.
Hon. "V. D. Kelly, of lVnn., h.d a long
interview wiih tbo president to-day, dur
ing which the Philadelphia postmaster
ship was talked over freely, and at a lato
period Mr. Fairuinn was appointed to that
AVahihnoton, Nov. aO. Advices from
Tennessee- represent that tho control of the
legislature of that statu will bo in the
liundi of the straight Johnson raon, who
bold the balance of power between very
nearly equal partie. Forty-seven of the
teventy-ttvo representatives aro Rcpubli
cant. The most important business of tho
sosion will bo tho re-districting of the
state for momber of congress.
inuia commissioner' report:
General Walker commissioner of In
dian affairs, it now engaged in correcting
tho proof of hit report. It will be much
moro volumous, as well at k readable and
interesting document, than those which
his predecessor in office havo sent in.
Genoral "Walker has taken tho report of
his subordinate, tbo several Indian auper
intendant, and presentod a complete sum
mary and urvey of their operations be
side Adding his personal observation and
Tho commissioner of education will
also present tho usual survey of educa
tional progress among the Indlunt, which
has formed a feature of General Elton's
report since he bo been in charge of the
bureau of educatiou.
DIRECTED TO INVESTIGATE.
Jefferson Citt, Nov. 20. Gov. Browu
hat dispatched Adjt. Gen. Slgel to La fay -otto
county with directlcns to investigate
trouble said to exist there:
New York, Nov. 20. A Pari dispatch
say that President Thiers ha resignod,
and Marshal McMahon, ha been appoint
ed presidont, pending tho action of tho
national assembly, Tliero is great ex
citement in consequence London dls
patehos up to 6 o'clock this afternoon,
make no mention of the reported change
in tho Fronch government, nnd conse-
and Edward Clark of Lawrence, now ng
wing horo on Indian matter, havo an
agreement with etch other about tho goods.
I ay 1 don't dtlivor your recom.
mendatlon until I havo executed to mo a
contract to have one-quarter of all the
profits pxld to W. K. Gaylord as my
share, and one-quarter ot all the profits
paid to Mr. (name him to me), for
your share. You and I through our two
iiteade are to here onekalf of
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGT0N-AV.
PROBABILITY OF A VIOL
BEING FORMED IN
SCENE IN PINE STREET
Reported Ep:clally for the Bulletin.
New York, Nov. -" -Tho Tammany
gene-al commltteo which met last night,
favored the lection for member of the
getieral committee lor 1873 ut the coming
primary ot tuch Democrat, Literal and
Bepublican at have a good reform record,
leaving out of view all pat parly affllia
tlon. The committee appointed to report
at the next meeting, to-morrow, a plan for
purging the general committee of treach
erous delegate, who In several uf the at
embly districts, eithor by combinations
with the Apollo hall or Grant Bepublican
nominees bi'.rayed the nominee of
New York, Nov. 20. At a meeting of
the committee of seventy to-night, James
M. Brown, was chosen cbairmsn in place
of Wfflf T Havemeyer, mayor elect.
The committee voted to continue tho or
ganlzitlon until their efforts to tecure
good government for the city are accom
plished. TAM11ANT VS. APOLLO.
New York, Nov. 20. Tammany hall
resolved last night not to lake action coun
tenancing fusion with Apollo hall. The
latter Democratic organization will con
sider the subject this week.
ORANT ENQAOED ON lilt MESSAGE.
VAsntKoroN, Nov. '20. The president
It engaged In preparing bis message. He
will receive but few visitors before the
Sleeting of congress.
Secretary Helknap will return hero on
Monday, when the president, Gen. Sher
man and the secretary will have a con
ferenee In relation to tho successor of Gen.
KEI UllLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
The Bepublican central committee met
last night for tbo first time tirce the elec
Ion. After making arrangements for
the representation of districts in the organ
ixatioD, a committee was appointed to ob
tain such legislation at Albany as the Re
publicans might deem desirable for the
city. The Republican will otler a bill at
the opening ol the legislature that will se
cure them tho possession of tho depart
ments in this city.
Wasmnutun, Nsv. 28. The President
to-Jay appointed G. W. Faifman post
master at Philadelphia, vice II. H. Bing
New Orleans, Nov. 20. The Eighth
district court decides Heron do facto sec
retary of ttate. By this deciilon the re
turning board of ttate will consist of H.
C. AVarmoth, F. J. Heron, .la. Long
street, Jacob Hawkins and Jno. Lynch.
The cao will probably go to the tuprcmo
that campaign cry of pomerov.
Lawrence, Kas, Nov. 20. Tho Dem
ocrat' Waahltigton special received hero
on tho eighteenth, stating that Senator
Poineroy represented in Washington that
the canvass in this ttate turned wholly
upon the election of senators, and that
the war cries of the campaign wero Poin
eroy and anti-Pomeroy, wa received with
no llttlo surpriso among the politicians
here. The iact are wholy different. In
a few localities such iuisue was made, and
in most tuch case tho election resulted in
the defeat of tho Poineroy candidates.
The following remarkable letter has ro
cently appeared and tho original is now
in posetion of J. C. Uorton, Esq., of this
city. ThU letter was written, during Mr.
Pomeroy's first term of service a U. S.
senator, to W. Rosj, (at that time agent
of tho Pottttwatotnt Indians. The Mr.
Gaylord mentioned therein it Senator
Pomeroy's brother-in-law), "strictly con
fidential : "
HEBE IB THE letter.
Wasiunotov, July U2.
To "W. W. Bn:
Mt DeakBik: Havo you yet recom
mended any one to sell good to the Pot
tiwatomlos? If not, I have apian. Mr.
J. It. Tappan of Now York, will tako
bold and furnish a splendid lot of goods,
provided bo gets tlio licone to soil exclu
sively on the reserve at St. Marv's Mis
sion. You can give the Indians an order
for the gooJs on this store, and theso or
der aro accented whon tho ai a titles are
paid. This proceeding is recognized horo
in the department, anu is fii rignt. j
nd enclosed a form of a letter for you
- . ' i tit i ii si X' u 1 1 v. 1 1 uuiwiiMuumi in u vu (bv
Chicago, Nov. 2C. Gov. Palmer has
commuted the tentonce of Gregorl Peirl,
GBEELEY SERIOUSLY UN-"WELL.
who was to havo boen hanged December C,
to imprisonment for life. Perrl stabbed
end killed Jno. A. Ready end Daniel
O' Brltn October, 1871, in a quarrel over a
broken glass in hit saloon.
IRjportcd Epeclally.o' i'f bulletin.
XI R. ((KEEI.EV UNWELL.
New Yobk, Nov. 'JO. Tho 'Trlbuno'
eay of Greeley : "Ho ha been unwell
since bis wife's death, from nervout pros
tration, resulting mainly from severe ttrain
upon his nervout system through want of
rest and sleep during the last month of
her illness. Nothing but tbo remarkable
strength of his constitution bat enabled
hlin to givo his attention to his recent du
ties, but it may safely bo trusted to restore
him speedily to Lit usual vigorous health.
Every part of tho Academy of Music
was crowded last night to hear Futher
Burko on Oliver Cromwell, in reply to
Kroude. He spoke tno hours and 5 half.
INADEQUATE cUl-PLY OF WATTER.
Van Nort, commissioner of public
work, say U will Uko 53,000,00 10 fiivo
Ibis city mi adequate supply of water,
and he recommend the immediate appro
priation of that amount.
War is making on tho system of open
ing tho street, that has prevailed, where
by political favorites wero made rich at
the expense of property .owner and the
Al'FEAL FOR AID.
New York, Nov. 20. The Danish con
sul in this city make a special appeal for
immediate aid for bis countrymen, who
lost their property by tbo recont severe
storms in Europe, and nrenow in positive
A Roumanian emigration society was
formed in ttiscity lastevenlng, to welcome
and care for emigrants on route here.
A Havana letter states tbnt the slave
bolder of Cuba ure taking every means
possible U retain slavery, nnd have ox
pended six hundred tbousand dollar to
secure from Minister Sorillu this expret
sioii: While a single insurgent remain
in a-ms thero shall bo no reforms in Cuba."
WOODIICLL AND CLAFLIN TO PLEAD
New York, Nov. SO. Woodhull and
Claflln havo offered $0,000 and complete
retraction if Challis will withdraw his
suit. Tbo decision of Justice Fowler,
committing Blood for trial has distressed
and alarmed theo women and it Is under
stood they will plead guilty and npper.l to
the mercy of the court.
THE fcCENK IN PINE STREET YESTERDAY.
Witnesses of tho rceue in Pine street
yesterday at the time of tho arrest of
King, murderer of O'Neil, say tbo crowd
consisted of well-dressed and intelligent
ii.en who were greatly inclined to lynch
law, and tho ruse by which King was
taken through an unoccupied building,
was nil that saved him from summary
justlc. Tho presence of so many unpun
ished murderer is a subject of much com
ment, and the talk of lynch law is revived.
The Journal of Commerce to-day has an
editorial headed "The Omen in Pino
Street," in which tho tplrit displayed by
tho crowd of brokers, merchants nnd other
business men is considered indicative of a
vitcllanco committee, or some similar
organization nt 110 distant day.
CONTRIIIUTIONK TO BOSTON.
Boston, Nov. 20. Contributions to tho
citizen' relief fund amount to ST'.OOO,
including $100 in gold from Lord Duf
ferin, the governor-general of Canada.
Tbo contributions for Harvard college
NO DISEASE IN Till POULTRY.
New York, Nov. '20. Sergeant Tomp
son nnd three aid of tho health depart
ment report, after inspecting all of the
markets in tho city and numerous whole
sale poultry ouablishments, that they
found no diseases ; and furthermore, that
fowl wero never in bettor condition than
they are now.
I1KKACII Or PROMI9K.
New York, Nov. 20. Ex-Mayor
Kalbfloisch of Brooklyn, ha filed hi an
swer to tho complaint of Mis Wado in
which alio seeks $100,000 damages for
breach of promise of marriage. Tlio re
ply attucks plaintiff ii character and prom
lies proof of allegations upon trial.
St. Louis, Nov. 20. The third annual
tosslonot tbo American Woman's Suffrage
association convened In tho Tomplo here
to-night, Iimo H. Sturgeon of St. Louis,
presided, owing to tlio non-arrival of Lucy
Stone, prefildont of tbo association, Julia
"Ward Howe, Sir.JJBIuckwoll and other
prominent member of the association,
No business was transacted, hut the even
ing was devoted to speech-making by Mrs,
Longley of Cincinnati, Mr. Cutters of Illi
nois nnd Dr. Stone -of Kalamozoo, Michl
gan. About SJ00 persons were present.
Sax Francisco, Nov. 20. The present
roturns of this stato show Grant's major
Ity to be 11,350. The probable effort to
secure an extra session of the legislature
POLICE TROUBLES CGNTTVUR
THIERS RESIGNS AND McMAHON
IS APPOINTED PRESIDENT.
Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
riRr. dboken out again.
Boston, Nov. 20. Shortly before 7
o'clock this evening flames burst forth
from the upper windows nnd roof of Rand
and Avery's extensive printing hcusi, No.
3 Curnbill street near the foot of Wash
ington street. Tho flames shot up
furiously to a great hotghth, and a strong
northerly wind carried tbowors of burn
ing cinder over buildings on tho easterly
side of Washington ttrcet and Across
trect. In retponco to a genoral flro
alarm, sounded, the firemen were
promptly on tho spot, and
ttca mur opened play from State, Wash
ington, Cornhlll street and other point,
near tho flro and in thirty minute the
flames which threatened another great
conflagration, wero subdued nnd confined
to tbo limit where it broke out. The gen
eral tiro alarm and grand illumination
caused by tho shooting flames, caused
great commotion, and great crowds of peo
ple gathered from all parts of the city to
the scence of the conflagration. The
military guard, which ha been kept up
ever since the great fire, wero of impor
tant service, forming a cordon across Slate
ttreot, keeping back tho crowds nnd giv
ing llrcmen ample room for tho most till
cient service. Rand Sc Avery wero al
most entirely burned out. They had ono
of tbo best appointed book arid printing
establishment In New England, employ
ing soma 200 hand. The loss 1 not yet
FIRE IN JERSEY (yTY.
New York, Nov. 20. A large tiro is
raging in Jersey City. It is reported that
tb'i Erio railroad depot is now burning.
Tbo Erie railroad buildings are un
touched. A tobacco warehouse, a lumber
yard and some dwellings burned.
BOSTON FIRE NOT YET
FIRE RAGING I' JERSEY CITY.
Reported Especially Tor the Cairo Bulletin.
London, Nov. 20 The polio difficul
ties continue untettled. Pottmen have
joined tho movement for an increase of
salary, and both bodies hold a meeting in
Hyde park Sunday next.
Paris, Nov. 20. Tbo committee of the
national attembly appointed to draw up
a reply to the opening message of Presi
dent Thiers have, by a voto of nine to six,
elected Due de Pasquier D'Audeiffet pres
ident. This choice is regarded as nn un
favorable one to the government.
FORUIUDEN TO AfcfcEUllLE.
Rome, Nov. '20. Prefect of polico in
this city, issued an order forbidding the
atseuibling of a meeting advertised to bo
held here on the 2-ilh inst., fulheranco of
tho principlo of univcisnl suffrage, be
cause ho ha reason to believe that the
meeting Is really called in the Interest of
opposition to tho present form of govern- J
ment in Rome. I
It i reported that the second ecclesiastic
province of tho Roman Catholic cbt.rcb,
U to bo established in England, wltn
Liverpool a tho metropolitan fee,
Milwaukee, Nov. 20. Tho epizootic
i still spreading hero and throughout the
stnto genorally. About ovory horse in
this city i affected. The mayor has pub
lished a card stating that the flro depart
ment horses are attacked with the mal-
udy and urging citizens to form volunteer
flro companies and render assistance In
case of emorgency. The streets are filled
with ox teams now used in all branches of
business. No omnibus or street car lints
hnve yet resumed business. TLera nre
very few back on the street.
Wauiinoton, Nov. 20. On the lower
lakes and thenco over Middlo and iow
England states clearing und cold weather
and southwesterly to northwesterly winds.
In the Gulf nnd South Atlantic ttatcs high
barometer, generally clear weather and
winds veorlng to northeasterly. In the
Northwest southeasterly to southwesterly
winds, cloudy weather und falling bnrom-
ters, extending to-morrow to lower Ohio
valloy and upper lakes, with snow.
New Orleans, Nov. Ii0. Arrived :
polin Kyle. Departed : Tyrone and City
of Alton. Receipt, flour 3,011; corn Gfe;
oat 1,-J48; hay 440, bran 014; pork CT3;
bacon 37 casks and 05 boxes; hams 3'J
tierces; lard 325 tierces; cotton 4,107.
Flour dull and low, troble $0 50; good $7
(f '25; choice extra S8 12J(S 60. Corn
dull and lower 6667c. Oat dull 44
4 fie. Pork dull and nominal, new $15 0&,
eld ib 10. Bacon dull and lower UffilU
III. Whisky dull, choice 07q Louisi
ana 755n4c. Cotton quiet, light demand
191a. Sterling 221; slant l($l discount.
New York. Nor. 20. 12:16 p.m. Flour
steady. Wheat quiet but firm 1 71-
CI; choice $1 671; red SI 021 05; amber !
$1 73. Corn quiet hut firm C4
Cijo. Oat firm 50c. Mess pork nominal j
$10 37J. Lard steady. Whiskey nominal
Ojje. Gold 13J.
Cincinnati, Nov. 20. Flour firmer, ,
$7 107 25. Wheat steady, red $t
1 53. Corn quiet, old 40t2r; new 37Qi-
osc. uats quiet at 2(n)3:!c, Uolton
firmer and held higher, middling 18Jc.
Whiskey firm nt 6'Jo. Mess pork quiet nt
$13; bulk meat quiet; thouldcra 4c; clear
rib Cjc; clear "q bacon quiet; shoulder
til'", clear rib II).; clear lOjc; hog active
at ?t4 10-. rocolpt, 0,225. Lard quiet,
steam ir, kettle 7c.
St. Lout, Nov. 20. Flour unchanged.
Wheat (Inn, only sample lots telling.
Corn steady, 34c. Oat quiet, 23c on track.
Rye nothing doing. Barley unchanged.
Whiskey steady, 00c. Pork no sales; dry
salt easier ati'l good demand; packed
shoulder 4iic; clear rib 7 q clear "Jc;
sweet pickled nam 8c seller December
and January. Bacon only small order
Undo. Lard quiet.
Ciiicaoo, Nov. 20, 12:0.1 v. M. Flour
qutol and firmly held. Wheat untettled
ht SI 07 cash; fl 07J1 07 seller ear;
51 OS January; No 1 nominal. Corn
steady, demand moderuto nt 32J(n)3iJc
ea'h; 3J32Jc November; 31 jo Decern
ber. Oats quiet and easier nt 23o cash;
23n December; 23c January. Rye quiet
but firm 65c bid; MJe asked; Barley
steady, for No 2 Gfc spot. Pork quiet and
steady in small lots; new $13 spot; $12 25
January; nominally $12 37 Decomber.
Lard firm at (iic cash; 7 jc January;
7JSc March. S'P barns Heady at 0J
1uJQ15c; avcrago meat in salt U(.i.'5
days, nominally unchanged; shoulders 4Jc;
S ribs 12Uc WblskeV quiet, held 8ic.
St. Louis Nov. 20. Flour in good de
mand for medium and family; XX tO
C 10; XXX fC OifTy" 60; family 7 76(j
8 SO; funcv tf 76fi0 73. Wheat Inactive,
No 4 red 1 60; No 3 $1 601 CO. Corn
unchanged, No 2 mixed 3lq No 2 while
40c. Oats dull and unchanged. Barley
unchanged, o2ipring OOc. Rye no
sales, No 2 held COGlc. Pork unchanged,
new mess $lZQjli 25. Dry salt ment
lower, shoulder 4QlJc; clear rib 7c;
clear aide 7(ji)7Jc. Uaiun lower, should
era GJc, clear sides 10c. Ham 16c. Lard
quiet and unchanged, 7jc offered; prime
steam, 7 jc a. ked. Coffcestoady ltj2.'r;
very llttlo choice hero. Louiiintm ugar
active for prime and cboicu lot; 'JjllJo
common to choice plantation. Moiu-ses
75c lor prime. Highwine steady and
firm uOc. Caltla quiet and unchanged,
llog $3 o03 30; bulk of sales $3 CO
3 '10. Receipts 9,70U. Cut since No
vember 1, nearly C0.U00.
Ciiicaoo, Nov. 20. Flour Arm. Wheat
in lair demand at low rate, No 1 spring
Si li(ol 10; No 21 07 j cash or Novem
ber or December; Mo 3 UdAc. Corn dull
und declined, No 2 mixed 3l j32o spot or
.November; 31(c31o Deceuiuer. Oats
dull and a thadu lower, No 2 23c. Rye
steady, No 2 obc. Barley quiet and weak,
No 2 lull Otio. Provisions tlnn with fair
demand. Mess pork $13 spot or Decem
ber; held ut$12 60 with buyers at12 25
Lard steady at 7jc. Meats, green and
dry sailed steady with moderate demand
.it previous quotations. Whiskey bOc.
N tw ioi.K, Nov. 20. Flour steady and
In fair export deinaiid ; sup. western j j bu
(ni 20; common to good ex. ti H0(jiyi 95;
uo choice i'Qi! 60; extra white 5-7 hOjj
S Go. Whukv steady and in fair demaiiu
at USfrtJtSc. Wheat higher nnd holders
Arm; No- 3 Chicago spring $1 46nl 4H;
northwest spring $1 M(u)l 53; wintered
western $1 03. Bye uucnuiiged. Barley
Arm; western SCUGc. Corn firm and a
fair inquiry ; on steamer 03 jc, sail U4
C4jc. Uats dull; old western mixed 60(u)
new 4ti5JC, white 52(,55c. Pora
dull and lower; cut meals dull and
heavy middles firm; abort clear December
Bldje; February 7$c. Lard firmer, No
1 1.1 prune ileum 8ij(WJ 1-lGc; Kettle Bc.
Coffee firm and unchanged. Sugar un
changed. Molasses dull. Money, which
was very stringent during the morning,
call loans being done at J per day, declined
to 7 gold on acceptance. 2,001,000 bunds
by treasury, subsequently hardened to 1-32
per day, but closed at 67. Sterling
tirmer to-duy, &IQ,S; igm 10. Gold
quiet and heuvy, fell to 13$; advanced to
13; again declined, closing ut iiKiinj;
loans 67y7 gold for carrying; clearing
$03,000,000; disbursement 3o2,0o0. It is re
ported that the government bus called In
for to-morrow 10 per cent ot the 4,000,000
of greenbacks recently placed 011 deposit
with the National bank. Governments
quiet and steady. Treasury purchases
will nil bo paid tur in legal lenuer. stale
bonds dull and steady. Stocks generally
strong. Cs of 81 ltij; 02 nj; u-s i2g; uo
V2i; new 00 l-is; in ioj; oa iu; new o vy,
1040 8; currency Cs 13J; Mis-ouri Gs Uj.
Sew Orleans, ov. 20. f lour uun,
fnublo $G 50; treble $7 2r8; family
?8 5010. Corn easior, mixed 04c; yel
low ana winte uac. ush uuii n. -nc.
Bran fl 05. Hav scarce, prime $29;
choico 53031. Pork dull and nominal,
new $lo; oiu 5l0 ou. uacou ic.wer
llil2c; hams irregular new a u ioc.
t.ar.l dull, tlerco S.(aj8Ic: kei: lffaiojc.
Sugar good demand, common 77Ji-, fair
8c; good fair 9g,0c; choice lOJcj yellow
clarified 10 Jc; white UJc. Molasses
firmer, cood 67fii59c; prlmo 6U(o)U.c;
choico G2H5c. Whiskey quiet, LoJlsiMnn
tO93c; choico uincinnim yyc. v-oueu
luiet. 14J18r; sterling 22J; sight J
liimtini: I'uld 1115. Cotton firmer, sales
59.000; cood ordinary 17fc; low middlings
lJc; miuaiings iuc; iiimiuiuik uriuans
191c; receipts, 62,000. Exports: Liver
pool 2,052; Unvro 2,770.
Klae and 1'iils uf Use River.
Kor il hours enJin at 3 p.m. Nov. 2U. 1873.
I uvall'i. Illuir.
phrcvcpoil . ...
Fort Smith, ...
I.lltle Kock ...
Official. TI10.UAS L. WATSON
UUctvcr Sirf. Scr. U S. A.
Cincinnati. Nov. 20, Kiver 8 feet 2
inchfs and falling. Arrived Anna from
Memphis, Kate Putnam from Marietta.
Departed Mnllio Rugon for Memphis,
Charmer for Evansvillo.
St. Louis, Nov. 20. Arrive 1: Lucy
Borirtn, Eaglo and Little Eagle from
Qutncy; Clinton from Keokuk; Kxcbange
from Pittsburg. Departed: Ames, belle
of Shroveport and John B. Maude fjr
New Orleans; Garrett for Wheeling; Cap
ital City for Vlcksburp; St. Luke and St.
Joseph for Memphis; John Lumiden for
Memphis. River falling and good deal of
Ice running. Weather clear and cold.
Pmisuao, Nov. 20 Mooongahsla
feet 7 Inches; receding lowlv. Weather
cold. Carrie Hrooks from Wheeling ar
rived and departed. Tho Juninata will
wait for moro water.
VicicMitmo, Nov. 20. Down O. B.
Church, Crecenl City and barges. Clear
and cool. River stationary.
New Orleans, Nov. 20. Arrived
John F.ToIle, Belle Lee, Memphis. De
tmrted-Jme Howard, Louisville; John
Howard, Arkansas river ; Semi cole, White
river. Clear and cool.
Louisville, Nov. 20. Fulling 4 feet 4
inches canal; 2 feet 4 Inches chute.
Weather clear and cold; mercury ranged
22 to 28. Arrived: Nick Longwortb,
Now Orleans; Potomac, Memphis; Coal
Hill and barges, St. Lout. J. W. Kol
baugh, passed down with 4 loads of pro
duce. Longwortb and Potomac laid up
nt Porltund, waiting the opening of the
new lock, which will be ten days or
Memphw, Nov. 20. Weather clear nnd
cold. Rivor stationary. Arrived: Ar
lington from Cincinnati. Departed:
Fanny Lewis, Mary K. IMo nnd Grand
Tower, St.. Louis; Mary For the and
City of Cilro, Now Orlean.
I.VANsviLLK, Nov. 2'). Weather clear
and odd, with tho mi reury at 10. River
bus fallen 6 Inches. Down : Idlewild,
midnight; Jas. D. Park, 8 u.m.; John
Kllgonr, 2 p.m ; Gray Kaulo 4 p.m. Up :
I lorenco Lee, 1 a.m ; Quickstep, t s.m.;
Mary Anient, .:30a.m. Business Is rather
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDBKS' SUPPLY DKPCT
13, TKSTM MTRKET,
Doors, Mau.il. llUtsUm nuiildlssf,
Eav (i utters, (wool) WlDtlow tuiil iioor
rrauiM, rioorttiK, Itlti,
Hlslttlo, Otttaed Mull, UIbbsmI ftl
Llajtita. UIsssmU Trausoau,
HhmU WelslsU, Hsuh Palllea attd Corda
Blltsd rttnlaljsce, HooMna;
Fall, ltooSissc CosBettS, Plselerlttc
ruper, Otrpei ll. U'tUle
lieatd, Lin tod Oil, Atsserlrsut Window
iiltuui, Knsllah stssdrrestelt
Plttle tilsMu. Ptttly, a'omler'a PosnU
Hrwrr Plpre. Patent Cbtmsteyaj
Et., Bl., KSe.
ABENTd lor Bock Klrel Paper Vnmftoy'
HtiealtuoK Kelt and ljuartiOintiat
11. W Johu a ioiurofwi Rootlui: always t o
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AXD WALNUT
Having the sole rlirhtln this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kiln extant, we are espe
cially prepared to furnish at all times, on
the shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBER.
Attention Is called to our stock of
Lumber delivered to any part of tho city
Orders received at the otnee of
S AFFORD, MORRIS & CAN DEE,
at that of the company, comer of 3sth
street and Ohio levee auiriAil.lm.
S. WALT KUS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
DOOIIS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on shortest notice.
Commeroial-av, bet. 10th and Hth-sts.,
HCAIi rJSTA'lE AUK.M'l.
0. WINSTON Si CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (second vlooh) onto levee,
liUY AND SXLL KtAL E8TATI,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
An) pre CnntvanM of KlnW:
NO. 104 COUMEBCIAL AVENCE,
nmh French and Scolh cstkimerea all
11 o"ni, and all goods warranted.
U all Ba brtMlui alM earrieA w,
HENEY IT. 3IEYER,
DECORATIVE. SIGN andORAJiRtri'Ai.
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every style, plain and orntniental.
Particular attention paid to Ola GUdJaa
Onler solicited for Scenery, Fresvoe aM
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work f-w
trusted to my care will be promptly at
tended to. Shop in Perry House, corner I
tonincrci) avenue ana Eta nib street.
LIME I CEMENT I
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLL0.
Commercial -av., Foot of Eleventh-at
Best quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on band, and for sale at the
vrv lcwt DiriirM for ch.
OUDt WOOD I I VYUODII
Ths nndrnurnd will furaltb
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa nti, II mmt Cmp9w
bad any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the slates at the Pottoffice and at Rosa
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth MrecU, Cairo. Illinois. I'
give good measure and will cord the wood
up If desired.
aiwlO-tf OKNN13 HALEY.
FOP. LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eiohth St., Bt. Com. & Waih.,
Ila Just opened a new and stylish estab
l.thraent, fully up to the times, and invite
old cuttomera and new, ladles, children and
all, to favor him with their patronage.
T3TA1I wnrk done in the Latest fltvU.
JENNY LIND TABLES
HARRY WALKER St CO., Prop'n.
This house is newly ntted up with two
And two fine
The saloon is stocked with the Boat
are compounded In the most approved atria
pTCome and see tor yourself. They keep
on hand a One stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND BOI
are spread morning and evening at 10
o'clock, at which all are imiud to partial
pate free of charge. -U
CAIRO CITY COAL
e prspartd to tapplv easterner irltn ia
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
O It n Kits left at Ilalllday Bros, offlce, 1
01110 LKvasc. or at the Coal Yard below the
St Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The T110 "Moktauk" will brtnf coal
linirl'le -ten in err Jl any hour.
IDLEWILD MILLS '
Corner Twenty-second street and Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED COKK
Alwara on hsnd. and at the lowest market
' price. Also a good article of
vary ehasp. Leave orders at Hil.I.TPAT
HBOTUrCfis, or apply al Ike uia.